Whales

I was born in a whale, but the whale was dead, so I thought: okay. Let’s deal with this. I didn’t know how to push. I sat there for a while and considered the art. It’s maybe a miracle. The impulse to move. I thought I could do that. I waited. I tried again. It … More Whales

Interview with AYA CASH & KETHER DONOHUE at PAPER MAGAZINE!

I’m very happy about the latest interview I did with Aya Cash and Kether Donohue of You’re The Worst for PAPER Magazine!  These ladies are wonderful friends on screen and off. Their true spirit and genuine way of being in the world really comes out here as we discuss existential dilemmas, marriage, compromises, and the … More Interview with AYA CASH & KETHER DONOHUE at PAPER MAGAZINE!

“Mouth” featured over at The Rumpus

  I’m pretty excited to announce that “Mouth” (one of my comics) is featured over at The Rumpus today! This piece was made for and excerpted from “Back to Abstraction,” a short film that I developed with friends: Matthew Quezada, Kyle Klutz, R. Chett Hoffman, Patrick Wells, Tim & Wendy Pei-Sandburg, Penny Coghlan, Anthony Duran, … More “Mouth” featured over at The Rumpus

“This is Collage” at Haphazard Gallery

Perhaps these new collages can reverse our relationship with the culture of images from information back to the poetics. – Haphazard Gallery I’m thrilled to have new work up at Haphazard Gallery alongside these other lovely artists– Armand Brac, Arpi Agdere, Carl Warnick, Chandler McWilliams, George Porcari, Graham Moore, Luc Fierens, Tarrah Krajank, and Zach Collins! … More “This is Collage” at Haphazard Gallery

The Tragedy of Dylan McKay, A Conversation with Robyn O’Neil at Coronagraph

  I need overheard conversations; this is often where I get my ideas. I take notes constantly. I turn snippets of language into drawings. Sentences or fragments get channeled through a process that sometimes takes years to become a drawing. Although I’m a pretty traditional artist in that I make drawings, landscape drawings, I don’t … More The Tragedy of Dylan McKay, A Conversation with Robyn O’Neil at Coronagraph